Green electricity providers

Many people are choosing to generate their own energy to both save money and reduce their carbon footprint. You'll find below a selection of renewable energy providers with a range of solutions to suit your pocket.

Renewable energy and self sufficiency
Fossil fuels vs renewables - a polarised debate?
The benefits of renewables

Shale gas, what is it? Shale gas has been touted as the energy of the future, with potentially huge deposits across the globe that could provide hundreds of years' worth of energy.

Did you know? Mercury is a toxic element that can cause developmental defects in humans. It also causes reproductive damage in birds and fish. About half of the mercury going into the atmosphere comes
from natural sources such as volcanoes. Of the other half, the biggest source is coal-burning, with mercury occurring as a trace element in many coal deposits.


"I have no idea what new energy sources are going to be available, what technologies might drive down the price of renewable energies. What we can predict is that the availability of fossil fuel is going to be diminishing; that it's going to get more expensive to recover; that there are going to be environmental costs that our children… our grandchildren and our great-grandchildren are going to have to bear." - President Obama following BP oil disaster, June 2010

 

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ECOutlet

 

 





ECOutlet stock a wide range of exciting products to inspire a more environmentally friendly lifestyle. Items range from energy and water saving devices, kitchen and homewares to recycled bags and battery free cycling lights.

 

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GreenEnergy360 is an impartial renewable energy resource, including an online energy calculator to identify most suitable renewable energy based on your postcode. Need help choosing the right renewable energy for your home, or finding an installer? Try GreenEnergy360. Developed in conjunction with University of Loughborough.




Other useful Green Energy providers

Earthpeace energy for a living planet. A site to inspire and encourage renewable energy use, with information on most energy sources as well as news, pictures and events.
 
Eco-Logs.co.uk is a privately owned Welsh company run by Chris and Sandra Belcham. Eco-Logs utilise waste material that would otherwise be going to landfill or burned in an uncontrolled manner. Purchases of Eco-Logs prevent the unnecessary felling of plantation timber for use as firewood, thereby preserving natural habitat.
 
Energy and Environment Ltd Suppliers and installers of Solar Electric (PV), Solar Thermal and Wind Turbine systems for domestic and industrial projects . Turbines from 300W-1Kw and from 5kw to 250kW outputs. Wholesale suppliers of complete PV, solar thermal and wind turbine systems. Retail suppliers of inverters, regulators, batteries and all associated energy equipment.
  
sust-it.net is a 'energy comparison website' that compares the published running costs of consumer/office Electrical and White Goods. Allowing you to see the potential running costs per day/year. It does this by taking the manufactures published energy consumption rates then multiplying this by an average electricity unit tariff.

 

 

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